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Carl Cox was born on 29 July 1962, in Oldham, Lancashire, England, of Afro-Barbadian descent. He is a British house and techno DJ and producer, considered as one of the best DJs in the world.
A respected DJ, how rich is Carl Cox? Sources state that Cox has earned a net worth of over $16 million, as of late-2016. His fortune has been established during his music career which began in the early 1980s.
Carl Cox Net Worth $16 Million
Cox expressed an interest in music at an early age, starting his music career when he was 15 years old by working as a mobile DJ at various local events. He went on to study electrical engineering in college, but soon left school to become a full-time DJ. After his passion for disco music in the ‘70s, he moved on to play rare groove, New York hip-hop and electro in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. With the introduction of house into the world of dance music during the mid-‘80s, Cox found his niche and went on to establish his reputation during the acid house and immense rave explosion of the late ‘80s. He played at various clubs, such as the legendary Shoom, Spectrum and Land of Oz, establishing his personal technique of using three decks on the mix, which made him extremely popular, and put him among the best DJs of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s.
Signing with Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto label, Cox released his debut single “I Want You (Forever)” in 1991, hitting #23 on the British charts. Two more singles followed, the 1992 “Does It Feel Good to You”, and the 1993 “The Planet of Love”, also reaching the Top 40. His net worth started to rise.
After embracing the underground sounds of techno that became popular at the time, Cox released the first volume of what became the popular mix compilation series “F.A.C.T.: Future Alliance of Communications and Technology”, which sold over 250.000 copies. The following year he released the EP ‘Two Paintings and a Drum”, which dominated the British charts, and his first studio album “At the End of the Cliché”. His second album, “Phuture 2000”, was released in 1999. His wealth was boosted.
The same year Cox set up his own record label, Intec Records, and went on to release his third album “Second Sign” the following year. He also released many singles, compilations and remixes, scoring a number of of underground hits, among them the acclaimed “Pure Intec” and “Back to Mine” compilations. His label then took a seven-year hiatus, and was relaunched in 2010 as Intec Digital. The following year saw the release of Cox’s fourth and last studio album, “All Roads Lead To The Dancefloor”, achieving critical acclaim. In the years since, he has released a number of singles containing a diverse set of collaborations, as well as several compilations and remixes.
Aside from recording, Cox has also played at famous events, and places such as the now defunct London’s Velvet Underground club, and the Millennium on New Year’s Eve in Sydney Australia, and Hawaii. He has also featured his own Carl Cox & Friends stage at many festivals, including Ultra Music Festival, Awakenings and the BPM Festival. He has been a resident of Music is Revolution at the world renowned nightclub Space Ibiza for 14 consecutive years, ending his hosting in 2016. He is still producing music using his own stage on a yearly basis.
In addition, Cox has his own radio show known as ‘Global’, having over 17 million weekly listeners across the world, and being syndicated across over 60 terrestrial FM, satellite and DAB stations throughout 35 countries.
All this has enabled the talented DJ to reach an extremely high level of fame, and to be considered as one of the best and most followed broadcasters in the world. It has also enabled him to enjoy a significant net worth.
In his private life, Cox hasn’t been married; sources believe he is single at present.
|Full Name||Carl Cox|
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 29, 1962|
|Place Of Birth||Oldham, Lancashire, England|
|Profession||Electronic dance music, techno producer, DJ in electronic industry|
|Awards||DJ Awards, International Dance Music Award's, DJ Mag Award's, NME Award, World's Top 100 DJs Awards, DJ of the Year, Best International DJ, DJ Magazine Awards|
|Record Labels||Intec Digital, Intec Records|
|Albums||"F.A.C.T.: Future Alliance of Communications and Technology", "Second Sign", "Two Paintings and a Drum” (EP), "At the End of the Cliché", "Phuture 2000" (1999), "All Roads Lead To The Dancefloor"|
|Nominations||World Music Award for World's Best Electronic Dance Music Artist, DJ Award for the Best Techno/Trance, DJ Award for DJ's DJ, Manchester, UK, Berlin, Germany, London, United Kingdom, Fantasee, Give Me Your Love, The Latin Theme|
|Movies||"Can U Feel It?", "What We Started"|
|TV Shows||Essential Mix (BBC Radio 1's), 'Carl Cox & Friends' stage, Ultra Music Festival, BPM Festival, Awakenings|
|1||[on "Cars" by Gary Numan] All of the sound on this is electronic - the only thing that's human is Numan. It's still one of the most powerful songs you can hear today and it still sends chills down my spine.|
|2||I don't know anyone who's not a David Bowie fan - it doesn't matter what music you're into.|
|1||Carl's Tuesday "Late Night Sessions" this summer at Space in Ibiza were amazing by any stretch of the imagination. He is still no doubt one of the most amazing DJs to grace this planet. [September 2005]|
|2||Did a sold-out show at Avalon in Boston on March 9th. Is on a small U.S. tour. [March 2002]|
|3||One of the most successful and widely known DJs in the world. Specialising in hard, funky techno.|
|Human Traffic||1999||performer: "Black Shaolin" / writer: "Black Shaolin"|
|Hackers||1995||performer: "Phoebus Apollo" - uncredited / writer: "Phoebus Apollo" - uncredited|
|New York November||2011||Delivery Man|
|Human Traffic||1999||Pablo Hassan|
|Above Ground Level: Dubfire||2017||Documentary post-production||Himself|
|Waiting for the Drop: Rise of the Superstar DJs||2017||Documentary post-production||Himself|
|What We Started||2017||Documentary||Himself|
|The Art of the DJ||2015||Documentary||Himself|
|The 90s: Ten Years That Changed the World||2015||TV Movie documentary||Himself - DJ|
|22nd International Phillip Island Classic||2015||TV Movie||Himself|
|Papaya Make Some Noise!||2014||Documentary||Himself|
|Formula 1: BBC Sport||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Idris Elba's How Clubbing Changed the World||2012||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|The Stafford Brothers||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|Spicks and Specks||2006-2010||TV Series||Himself|
|High Tech Soul: The Creation of Techno Music||2006||Video documentary|
|Try Before You Die||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|20h10 pétantes||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|It's All Gone Pete Tong||2004||Himself|
|Dancestar USA 2004||2004||TV Movie||Himself|
|Liquid News||2002||TV Series||Himself|
|Ibiza: Barefoot in the Med||2001||TV Series||Himself|
|Better Living Through Circuitry||1999||Documentary||Carl Cox|
|The Dog's Balearics||1999||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Never Mind the Buzzcocks||1999||TV Series||Himself|
|Synergy: Visions of Vibe||1999||Documentary|
|Hang the DJ||1998||Documentary||Himself|